Fozhangshan Bridge

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Fozhangshan Bridge
佛掌山大桥
Lujiangzhen, Yunnan, China
348 feet high / 106 meters high
(492) foot span / (150) meter span
2002


Cutting across a deep, V-shaped gully on a remote stretch of the G56 expressway, the Fozhangshan Bridge is one of Yunnan's earliest high bridges having been completed in 2002.

Located at Km539, the T-beam bridge offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains during the steep descent into the giant Nujiang River canyon.


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The long descent into the Nujiang River Canyon. Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


An upstream view of the Fozhangshan Bridge creek. Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Fozhangshan Bridge satellite image.



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